GAMA welcomes four new memberships


The General Aviation Manufacturers Association has announced the addition of four new members to its group.

Mustang Aviation and Seattle Aviation Solutions are joining GAMA as full members, and NUAIR and Texas UASWERX are now part of the Electric Propulsion and Innovation Committee (EPIC) as associate members.

Mustang Aviation is based out of Pierre, South Dakota, and was originally founded in 1990. It provides fixed based operator, charter, maintenance and repair services; flight instruction; and freight and cargo support.

Founded in 2017, Seattle Aviation Services is based out of Redmond, Washington. It is a nose-to-tail material supplier for all business jet applications, including airframe, engines, landing gears, auxiliary power units and avionics. They also provide distribution and management of parts, and repair and overhaul services.

NUAIR (Northeast UAS Airspace Integration Research Alliance) manages operations of the New York UAS Test Site in Rome, New York, one of seven FAA-designated unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) test sites in the United States. NUAIR is responsible for the continued advancement of New York’s Advanced Air Mobility Proving Grounds and 50-mile UAS corridor, which facilitates beyond visual line of sight testing, commercial operations, electric vertical take-off and landing (eVTOL) aircraft – including vertiport automation, and the safe integration of UAS into the national airspace.

Texas UASWERX is a not for profit aeronautical and engineering firm based out of Dallas, Texas. It provides expertise in urban air mobility (UAM) integration, systems engineering and configuration management to manufacturers, technology providers and authorities.

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